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the importance of growth. i just came from a hearing in the energy subcommittee of energy and commerce. we were fortunate enough to hear from the -- one of the members of the railroad commission in texas. the railroad commission doesn't have anything to do with trains any more, it has to do with energy. the commissioner from texas was at the committee hearing and i asked him a question, i said in the ryan budget that we will hear about tomorrow, there is an estimate of $11 billion over the next 10 years that will be paid to the federal government because of development of oil and natural gas on federal land. i said i'm from texas. that number seems a little bit light to me. i would expect the amount of revenue produced on federal lands from oil and gas production, assuming we don't legislate it out of existence through the environmental protection agency, he said in texas the two-year budget figure for oil and goes coverage taxes is $7 billion. well, that would be a significantly greater amount than the $11 billion estimated in the ryan budget. i asked mr. ryan about this last night at the rule
comment. mr. president, as the ranking member of the energy and natural resources committee, i know that bipartisan progress on energy is possible in this congress, and while it may take our committee some time to develop to consider and complete legislation within this area, we have great opportunity to take the first step forward today through the adoption of a number of energy-related amendments that i have offered. i filed three amendments that would help us seize on the historic opportunities within our reach, i hope the senate would agree to adjust the resolution before us to reflect their beneficial impact. the first amendment that i have introduced is cosponsored by the senator from missouri, mr. blunt. it would raise an estimated $3.1 billion, and we're raising this not through taxes but by facilitating new energy production on federal lands and waters that are currently not open to development. now, it's worth noting that the $3.1 billion estimate is probably far too low. almost certainly that number does not account for the substantial receipts that would result from a go
. >>steve: monster energy drinks will no longer be required to tell the feds about the number of people getting sick from it. we want to know why. is there something we don't know? dr. marc siegel next. first jay leno. >> heard about this new coffee on the market. it has 200 times more caffeine than regular coffee. 200 times. we have some of it here. it's called tweaker's it's called tweaker's choice. if youthen this willbrids arbe a nice surprise. meet the 5-passenger ford c-max hybrid. c-max come. c-max go. c-max give a ride to everyone it knows. c max has more passenger volume than competitor prius v and we haven't even mentioned... c-max also gets better mpg. say hi to the super fuel efficient ford c-max hybrid. do we hano.a mower? a trimmer? no. we got nothing. we just bought our first house, we're on a budget. we're not ready for spring. well let's get you ready. very nice. you see these various colors. we got workshops every saturday. yes, maybe a little bit over here. this spring, take on more lawn for less. not bad for our first spring. more saving. more doing. that's the power
when banks reopen on thursday. a russian energy company is looking to cash in on the gas problem is offering to bail out cyprus in exchange for the rights to explore for natural gas there. >> a stunning new report on mammograms this morning. researchers saying 60% of abnormal mammograms turn out not to be cancer and false positives can lead to unnecessary biopsies or even surgery. this is taking a serious mental toll on some patients. women who received a false positive report anxiety and depression three years after learning they're cancer-free. >>> don't even look at this. one week after mayor bloomberg lost his fight to ban big sodas, now he wants to ban the display of all tobacco products in stores. business owners would have to keep cigarettes under the counter or behind a curtain. this would make new york city the only city in this nation to do so. >> those are your headlines. >>steve: keep them in a brown paper wrapper. now we've got a story for you about a real political hacker. he's referred to -- or she is referred to as goose-ifer and has hacked into the friends accoun
is the energy transformation. the other is after the first term where the president never did anything serious about trade, right now, we are on the verge of starting -- well, one started the other. we're going to start two major trade negotiations. one the transpacific negotiation. and the others we're going to start a u.s./european negotiation. this involves something like 60%, 70% of the world's economies. this is potentially a major engine if we can actually get serious about trade. that would help a lot and help compensate for some of the drag that's been introduced by the sequester in some of the other budget cuts. >> the paradigm around this conversation has been so narrow. it's either been tax increases, spending cuts, to haas' point, might not immediately approve it. it might be more environmentally dangerous transporting it by freight and by ship to approve that natural gas exports. the energy department has said we'll not have negative impact on u.s. manufacturing growth, particularly in the middle of the country. do it now. and finally, stop talking only about it in these terms. th
and the technology more and more are using. >> and the plan to make the switch eto clean energy sources. how much it could cost and -- twitch to clean energy sources, how much it could cost and who it would effect. >>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> i am julie haener. >> i am ken wayne. a baby girl is safe after the vehicle she was in was stolen from in front of her home. we have team coverage. ktvu's ken pritchett explains the technology police are using, but we begin with ktvu's robert handa who was the first reporter on the scene when the baby was found and he talked to the officer who found the child. robert? >> reporter: the victim's family has been here talking with investigators, because the case is active even though we can show you pictures of a happy recovery. >> the view from news chopper 2 shows the rescue of the girl. police retrieved little gabriela quintero from her mother's stolen car that was spotted by a resident. from the ground ktvu channel 2 news got pictures of the rescue that had family, friends and the officer
will have oracle. connell: this company received nearly $200 million loan from the energy department hasn't provided any jobs yet and now laying off workers, so dan springer will come on and tell us what the latest is. dagen: here in the studio, mark burnett fro, executive pror of the hit miniseries "the bible." we will talk to him about satan, any resemblance to the president of the united states. we'll talk about world currencies and how they're holding up against the dollar today. i'm a conservative investor. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn you
there are warnings about a caffeinated beverage sold in cans. why one woman is on a crusade against energy drinks. >> get your prop. diana, later this half-hour we have our brackets filled out. do you have yours? huh? huh? the ncaa tournament starts today. we will tell you about the games that are a must-see tv. >> that's right. first we do have to got to this -- >> the fatal shooting that brought tears to a governor's eyes, who killed the head of colorado's prison system. >> someone rang the prison chief's doorbell, opened fire and killed him on the spot. as the search continues for the murderer, security is beefed up all around the state. here is abc's clayton sandel. >> reporter: in this quiet rural neighborhood outside denver, a killer came calling. tom clemmons at home with his wife went to answer the front door and was suddenly shot in the chest. the shooter fled into the night. >> somebody rang the doorbell, her husband answered and was shot. >> reporter: 58-year-old clemens, the director of colorado's prison system was killed. with a massive manhunt under way the only clue, a dark car see
to fund clean-energy research. in a speech friday, the president laid out his plans, suggesting that the government draw $2 billion from royalties that the government receives for offshore drilling. researchers would attempt to find new ways to lower the cost of cars that run on alternative fuel sources. a closely watched case involving the drug industry will be heard by the supreme court tomorrow. generic drugmakers could soon make it harder for consumers to sue for a drug's side effects. under federal law, generic and brand name drugs are required to have the same warning label. now, generics are attempting to decrease liability over any harmful effects. generic companies say the industry is unable to change the product due to those federal standards. a hidden affordable care act fee is popping up for u.s. employers. the $63 fee will apply to plans covering millions of americans in 2014. it applies to employers who take on workers' medical bills and some private plans sold by insurers. the fee will be smaller in 2015 and 2016. meanwhile, the aca is projected to help 30 million
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commission, which made -- one man said there was no warning. >> couldn't even sense that type of energy in there. everyone was having fun. everybody had happy faces. reporter: the san francisco police tell us the critically individual stable. the other two individuals do not have life-threatening wounds. police are viewing security videotapes to see if they can identify the shooters. so far they have no suspects. we're live in san francisco. abc7 news. >> ama: a man who was trying to help his mother-in-law during an attempted robbery was shot and killed in san leandro. the 33-year-old man was shot in the chest around 9:00 last night. police say the man's mother-in-law wag outside of her home, unloading items from her vehicle, when two people preached her. one suspect shot the man and then sped away in a dark-colored sedan. >>> a statewide manhunt is on for a san jose man wanted in the stabbing death of his ex-girlfriend. police are looking for juan ramirez. he is accused of the stabbing yesterday afternoon in san jose. investigators released new details today, saying ramirez confronted
with their own energy independence. they could have done pipeline. they could have done their own exploration and instead they threat russians do it. the russians are the problem in the first place, so all these people put money in the banks there from russia, to the cypriate banks and the assets are too big and they don't pay for the services. no wonder it's going broke. >> kimberly: russians are smart. they're trying to take advantage of the situation. they will do something for you and you do something for us. like trump said, we'll help the other countries and troops there lose american lives. give us oil. what do we get back? business transaction. i don't admire it but i understand it. best thing about this weekend i got a cartoon thing with a leprechaun and had a pot, but no gold in it. what happened to your pot of gold? obama redistributed it. >> dana: i thought you'd say william devaney came to get it. >> greg: there is always a gun control argument in the american media that says gun advocates always talk about government tyranny. that is some kind of paranoid leftovers. we're in a c
do? this they want the russians coming in and seizing control of a big chunk of energy right in the center of europe? it is possible they will come in and say, you voted know on the bank seizure, maybe we'll give you a whole ton of cash anyway so you don't collapse and we'll keep the russians out. that is the kind of international intrigue going on right as we speak, martha. martha: yeah. >> one second. it is possible there will be a yes vote and those bank deposits will be seized. if that happened the russians would be mightily displeased because it is their money that will go to bailout and be seized for the bailout of cyprus. martha: stuart what's your feeling which way this would go? >> i think it will be a no vote and i think there's a real crunch --. martha: no to the bailout. what do they say to russia? >> in the long run, what do they say to russia. there is all this $30 billion of hot russian money in cyprus banks, some of it could be seized. on the other hand there is this offer, hey, don't worry about it. we'll bail you out, just give us oil and gas. does europe wa
general mills. tony sanchez from sanchez energy, first being one of the most well-known companies in the world. second being completely unknown to almost all, including me other than to watch its ipo a couple of years ago. here is behind the scenes information. when we book executives to come on, we put together a file of all recent research reports, conference call and noteworthy articles for me to read. that's called the homework. i also get a memo written by our research staff that includes all salient points, any insights and a summary of all they have gleaned from the same materials i read and some sample questions. that memo goes to our head writer cliff mason to be masonized, our funny term. you hear the final copy after four or five drafts that are kicked back and forth between us. that's part of the masonization process. usually three or four paragraphs that we think sum up what's the latest and why we are talking to the ceo and how the stock has done. that's the intro. we then do the interview which includes questions we all agree should be asked, but quickly veers to th
created the universe, that energy that screens out for an explanation about how something can be created out of nothing -- that energy that screams out for an explanation. not just having some rocks and some gas floating around the universe, but the intention to have creatures, including one type of creature with whom he could have a relationship. that would be us. i believe god chose the mechanism of evolution in order to accomplish that goal. >> i looked for the strongest criticism i could find of you on amazon, where they have all of those reviews. i want to read the paragraph to you and get you to react, because you got a lot of positives, but you got a lot of negatives too, which i know you are used to. this is not signed. this was back in 2006. "one would hope that it would be immediately obvious to collins that there is nothing about seeing a frozen waterfall, no matter how frozen, that offers the slightest collaboration of the doctrine of christianity, but it was not obvious to him, and it will not be obvious to -- if theis readers, beauty of nature can mean that this is the son
can make them in government, pollute the air, cheap energy for the factory and low shipping costs? that's become the american way. i'm calling it continental-cide. confiscating deposits will inspire fear when confidence is needed. fear makes people act differently. it takes away the confidence they need for the future. that tightens credit. never forget that the entomology of credit is the latin word credere, which means to believe. how can you believe in a continent or currency that can have your money locked down or crunched as in cyprus? i can't get credit to build and credit to buy, can't get cash to eat. so that spills over to our industrials. many of our companies need european credit to get people there to buy our goods. you can see how worldwide slowdown could be viewed as in the wind. that's why caterpillar and deere have been going down. you need credit to buy capital goods like they sell. dead cat not bouncy. bambi's mom getting shot at. that's caterpillar and deere. thumper's had better days. the classical cyclicals gravitate to homes. they are both positive for the u.
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be in to maintaining structures. he's got to unleash the energy that was given us by jesus and the holy spirit and i wonder if he's given us a new interpretive key in his homily. he spoke, i don't know if you had the advantage of hearing, of the translation, he spoke of tender love, tender love. now women are pros when it comes to tender love, and he spoke for st. joseph loving jesus and mary, but then he said this tender love has to go to creation, to god's creatures and especially to those who are most fragile, especially to those who are poor and struggling and feel alienated. women are pros when it comes to tender love. will they have a more accented role in his papacy? i wouldn't doubt it. >> he talked about mercy over these last several days. >> yes. >> he talked about forgiveness and says "we, too i think are these people who on the one hand want to listen to jesus but other times we like to beat up on others." it's your job to take this message back home and preach this to the people of the archdiocese of new york. how will you convey that message? >> he's used these days since his election
to move, you know, and then look at d. dams d, energy d plus. aviation d. this worries me frankly. drinking water d. roads d. this is humbling. tell me what you make of it. i'm interested in your take as a former politician, a recovering politician maybe. every politician says they want to invest in infrastructure. i feel like it's in every state of the union address ever and yet look at the grades greg's organization is giving us for it. >> well, the truth is every politician says it but they don't act upon it. interestingly, stimulus because of the tiger grants gave a lot of money to rail freight and rail went from a c minus to c plus the greatest improvement in the last five years on the report. president obama did invest in infrastructure. not enough. the afce estimates we need to spend $200 billion a year more in the next eight years to just get our infrastructure into fairly good shape. building america's future report came out two years ago and said the same thing. $200 million a year more and the omb certainly not a radical organization said that $180 billion a year more w
that energy, all that opportunity, if they can't see themselves in that city and their future, i have not succeeded in my job. >> which brings us to the third brother, ari. he struggled with dyslexia and hyperactivity as a boy, which maybe had something to do with the name of the firm he founded later in life -- endeavor. it has since merged with the william morris agency. he's a hollywood superagent whose clients include justin timberlake, oprah winfrey and ben affleck for starters. if the name ari rings a bell it's because you've seen him portrayed on the hbo series "entourage." >> tell the school when they schedule a parent/teacher condition frens at 2:30 on a friday, it means they don't care about daddy. i'll take you away for the weekend. i'll get a plane. we'll go to cabo. i'll get you a nice lobster from edith's? >> really? >> no, not really. speak or i'll intern you like 1942. >> i am not japanese, ari. >> speak! >> what if your doctor told you you've got to calm down. find something else, somewhere to go, what would you do? >> if it didn't include a phone, it would be very ha
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, so we can all produce energy more safely. bp's also committed to america. we support nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. our commitment has never been stronger. >>> from bloomberg versus lapierre and a possible pathway to citizenship, to enter the rand man. here are today's top lines. >> spent $12 million on running ads. >> he's out there putting his money where his mouth is. >> he can't buy america. >> 90% of the public wants something. common sense says they are going to have a price to pay. >> it's insane the stuff he says. >> this isn't about wayne lapierre. >> he's not going away and feels strongly about this. >> you want to get something done, stop scaring people. don't say we're going to keep a registry of all these gun. >> we're scaring people with orwellian sense that black helicopters are going to confiscate america's guns. >> this is a big moment. >> can you imagine the next presidential campaign, a republican candidate saying flat-out, i'm for gay amerimarr? >> i could.
four. kristen and eric? >> 4:29. hundreds of energy customs are without power. a power line fell and caught a utility pole on fire before 2:00 this morning. the crews are on the scene trying to fix the problem and expect power to be restored in 15 minutes. >> police are searching the bay area for a high school level baseball coach accused of molesting children. he may have fled. abc7 news reporter, amy hollyfield, is live at the san leandro batting cage owned bit coach. >> police came here looking for him. there is no sin of him. here is a picture of him with the traveling high school basketball team. the 52-year-old is charged with three felonies and two misdemeanors counts of molesting a boy under the age of 14 between sip of 2005 and june of 2012. he also videotaped another child while the boy was in the bathroom. he has been arrested before when parents complained but not charged. he is the owner of batting cages in san leandro. parents say they are stunned. >> surprising. you hear it all time now adays with teachers and people in positions of responsibility and authority. it
? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>> we asked you at the top of the show why you're awake. john tower with the answers. >> we have biff. our very own punxsutawney bill has accurate weather predictions every morning and we are fine with it. >> jeremy asks what does groundhog taste like? i think is pushing it a little bit too far. great show, everyone. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >> given the ties between our countries, i believe your future is bound to ours. no, no. this is part of the lively debate that we talked about. this is for a. i have to say we actually arranged for that because it made me feel at home. you know, i wouldn't feel comfortable if i didn't have at least one heckler. >> there you go. good morning. it is friday as you take a live look at times square in new york city. welcome to "morning joe." it's march 22nd, by the way, with us on the set we have msnbc contributor mike barnicle. hello, mike. senior political editor and w
with governments and across the industry so we can all produce energy more safely. i want you to know, there's another commitment bp takes just as seriously: our commitment to america. bp supports nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs in communities across the country. we hired three thousand people just last year. bp invests more in america than in any other country. in fact, over the last five years, no other energy company has invested more in the us than bp. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. today, our commitment to the gulf, and to america, has never been stronger. >>> some surprising comments about same-sex marriage from one of the leading voices, a leading voice, in the republican party. joining us now to talk about that and much, much more in our strategy session, two cnn contributors, democratic strategist paul begala and anna navarro. first, guys, i want to start with these comments that really raised eyebrows over the weekend. republican separate gist conservative karl rove saying surprising stuff about same-sex marriage on abc's "this week." listen. >> karl
about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>brian: remember when tebowing was the big craze? >>steve: sure. >>brian: that's long good. forget about eastwooding and talking to an empty chair. the latest craze, the tale of liberty pose, this is a photo over the weekend. you can see it looks strikingly similar to lady liberty. >>steve: except the big gulp isn't welcoming immigrants into new york harbor. >>brian: the palin pose trending on-line and leading to a late-night craze for groups looking to strike that pose. we'll see where that goes. that's allowed. bloomberg would okay that. >>ainsley: good morning to you. if you're just waking up, 6:32 on the east coast. a few headlines. a pennsylvania community is mourning the loss of a beloved coach and her unborn child killed in a bus crash. [singing] >>ainsley: hundreds gathering on sunday for a memorial service at seton hill university. members of the woman's lacrosse team wore uniforms and laid flowers in memory of their head co
and economic priorities like our schools and our roads and bridges and our clean energy and manufacturing industries. mr. president, this budget puts jobs first and our economy first and foremost, but it also builds on the work we've done over the last two years to tackle our deficit and debt responsibly. you know, in 2010, president obama established the national commission on fiscal responsibility and reform commonly referred to as simpson-bowles. that bipartisan group came back with a report recommending approximately $4 trillion in deficit reduction over ten years from a balanced combination of spending cuts and new revenue. the report pointed out that this level of the deficit reduction is more than any effort in our nation's history. other bipartisan groups including domenici-rivlin and the senate's gang of six as well as economists across the spectrum agreed that $4 trillion over ten years was a reasonable and responsible goal. now, since that time, congress and the administration have worked together to reduce the deficit by $2.4 trillion, $1.8 trillion coming from spending cuts,
in the energy sector, that is, counties and metro areas that have a strong energy sector, north dakota in a secular -- particular. host: what affects publishing growth? -- population growth? guest: employment. federal grants are driven by a formula that excludes population estimates. if you are and orange counties are losing -- population, that might be problematic because grants are tied to your population estimates. not that they don't trust the census, but their numbers are closely tied to funding. you talked about publishing growth and concentration. why is that significant? it is a two-part thing. the country overall is growing slower than it was 10 years ago. the growth is more concentrated than it was. you have counties that are gaining and even fewer that are gaining a lot of people. half of the country's population last year to be accounted for the 46th largest gaining counties. populationcentrated growth, even more so than 10 years ago. it took about 63 counties to get to that 50% mark. host: beecher in greenville, kentucky. urban caller. good morning. theer: my question is f
at the vatican ahead of the inauguration of pope francis. the energy was palpable as the newly elected pontiff delivers his first blessing from above st. peters square and steps outside of vatican gates and breaching his own security to greet a sea of well wishers. >> you don't know whether this is the honeymoon period or whether there's something special about the new pope that's gotten under everybody's skin. after celebrating mass today pope francis warmly greeted vatican employees and their family and kissing children and asking them to pray for him. and he went to the side for the hordes pressed up against the gate. let's get to work and your simplicity has captivated all of us. pope francis delivering his first angelus prayer from the window. >> don't forget that god never gets tired of for giving us. have a good sunday, and a nice lunch. >> reporter: we've learned from the patriarchy, that will be attending the installation ceremony on tuesday the first time an orthodox patriarch has attended the ceremony since 1054. >> harris: some people know him as the hhoff in germany what is he do
began a little later on. first, check out our trip to one of america's most exciting energy finds in decades. >> the united states has a new frontier, the oil fields of north dakota. "mad money" has boots on the ground in the badlands to show you how homegrown innovation and technology have opened up one of our biggest oil discoveries. >> 11,000 people were going to hire in north america this year. >> this is all about north america. >>> and now, great moments in "mad money" history. >> price of oil here in the u.s. actually been in free fall. a mosquito bothering me the whole show. anyway, in this case i got him. >> great moments in "mad money" history. >>> and now it is time for a very special eighth anniversary lightning round. that's right. are you ready skee-daddy? let's go to glenn in virginia. glenn. >> caller: yeah, jim. partner with lp. >> prefer lng here because i think there could be financing. i like both companies. these are run by suky. les in wisconsin. >> caller: first-time caller. my wife thinks you need a new greeting contest or something. anyway, happy anniversa
energy cost grants programs that go to subsidize electricity bills in two states -- alaska and hawaii. alaska and hawaii. $5 million -- $5.9 million for the usda's economic impact initiative grants. now, the economic impact initiative grants have become slush funds for local governments to do such things as rehab an exercise room, renovate a museum on the pacific island of palau, and buy kitchen equipment for city government offices. now i'd like to talk a bit about defense spending. and this is probably the most painful part of my comments. and i will explain why later on. defense spending includes over $6 billion, $6 billion in unrequested or unauthorized funding for programs for the department of defense. at a time when the department of defense is facing the impact of sequestration on top of the $487 billion in cuts directed by the president, we can't afford to spend a single taxpayer dollar on programs that are not a priority for the defense department and our national security. the following things are beginning to happen now that the department of defense is under sequestration
to keep it giving oxygen, you want to keep it warm. >> today, the grandfather of ten has a renewed energy that keeps him motivated. >> i feel good, you know. i used to walk around this block right here, used to take me about 40, 50 minutes to walk it. now i can walk that block in probably 15 minutes. >> perhaps mr. padilla said it best, why put an organ on ice and then wake it up when you can just keep it warm and pumping and normal and then just put it in a new body? i think he probably said it better than anyone. this is a worldwide trial and i think it's going to change transplant medicine. >> it is a sight to behold. >> i was nervous about it. i was reading the sdricript and said, i wonder if these images are going to gross people out, but it's amazing. >> and that's beautiful. what a lucky man. >> we want to go back to the president's trip to the middle east for a moment. the president and benjamin netanyahu, as we know, don't always agree. >> but during their news conference on wednesday, both men felt that one persistent reporter happens to be our own chuck todd, pushing his luck a
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. and rising gas prices, high energy prices and that saps of what is left in the consumers' pocket. the rosy part is good for florida real estate because you have people leaving high tax states, wanting to move south and run from the cold weather. >> neil: all right. thank you very, very much larry glazer. in boston, one of the few times in the storms we have seen, boston is not going to be that adversely impacted. >>> now we know your bank account ain't safe. they're still going after it in cyprus. but since they're only going after rich bank accounts. no wore for us, says who? get ready because we have somebody who is predicting chaos, and is banking on it, literally. >> neil: this just in. tomorrow we will know whether cyprus residents who can finally get their hands on their cash, create a panic and drain a lot of the cash, because for the first time in more than a week, all but two banks in cyprus will re-open. but to make doubly sure folks don't create a panic, the government is capping just how much they can withdraw, and that's a measure that should largely leave most bankholders hap
energy stores that we have here so we can be energy independent. we have vast amounts of energy reserves we need to tap so we can put people to work, bring down gas prices, stretch paychecks further. we've got to control our spending appetite. we've got to reform programs like medicare so they're solvent. we've got to reform our safety net so it works to get people on their feet. that's what this budget does. in a nutshell, instead of spending $46 trillion over the next 10 years, as we're currently poised to spend, we spend $41 trillion. instead of growing spending 5% a year we grow at 3.4% a year. with all the predictions of doom and gloom and how evil and terrible and horrible or budget is, it increases spending every year by 3.4% a year instead of 5% a year. the difference is we balance the budget. the difference is we let families keep more of their own take-home pay. the difference is we make sure our kids inherit a debt-free future. the difference is we do what's necessary to create a healthy economy, more take-home pay, faster economic growth and better jobs. that's why we're here
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had spent a lot of time and a lot of energy and everett making sure -- effort making sure that scott walker and ron johnson won that primary. but that was our decision. and i wouldn't have appreciated the national party coming in and telling the state of wisconsin, now, wait a minute, i don't know about scott walker, i think we're going to go with mark newman. well, that's ridiculous. and that's the point. it's not that we want to handcuff ourselves, it just isn't practical, and i don't think it's right. >> governors have gone on to become some of the most significant republican presidents in the last century, nixon, reagan, bush. is the party doing enough to support the rising star governors once they get past that state endorsement process? >> well, i mean, that's the plan for 2013 and 2014. um, i know that state parties sure do a lot of work and, obviously, the rga does. you know, we have a different party too. i mean, you know, i don't know, 15, 20 years ago maybe more there budget an nrcc, there wasn't 10, 20 different super pacs and 527s. we have a big group of organizations th
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technology, all energy. why don't you mix it up. teach them over the long-term horizon and bonds are the iou from the government you'll get these things back. assuming that everything is status quo in the states not like in europe in cyprus taking the money out of the banks, but honestly, in the end this is the way to do it. teach the kids young, it seems basic, but it's a reminder and we're so busy running around with their things and basketball and their friends and birthday parties and when do we sit down and say to them. the last point, is teach them that this is now. don't you want that other thing that was $200 and sure you want this thing now? why don't we save this for later and try to make them hundred that patients and waiting for something that they really want instead of now, now, know you, i want, i want. >> and the bank can the is a great lesson, you need to think about it, be intentional and get your money for your purchase. thank you. they're never too young and these kids are a lot smarter than we think. they're smarting than me sometimes. they get it. i think to give them t
there was a big bottleneck in a lot of different scientific labs ranging from astronomy to high energy fisics to oceanography where they were generating tremendous volumes of data and they didn't have the software and hardware infrastructure to be able to capture and analyze that data effectively. >> rose: i remember maybe a year or two ago i was talking to mark an creasean sitting right here. >> sure. >> rose: and reed half-man and a group of people you know. and i say what is the next big idea and everybody talked about mobile but they said the thing you have to watch is what is happening to big data. what's happening? >> we went through a period in which data generation seemed to grow exponentially and that lead to the requirement to build software that could then collect and analyze that data. so if you look at the world wide web, all of a sudden we were taking all the documents, all of the speak jacks that people were serializing its text and we were placing them on-line into an open reposit or of linked data walled the world wide web and it turns out there was a tremendous amount of val
of energy. i has a lot of thing, he won the cpac. i think he is a better politician than his dad is. i think he has a broader reach in terms of actually getting the nomination in 2016. i think that's probably a stretch. going back to whaurp saying, i think you were touching on something important. he has this larger than life personality. you cannot help but watch him with those kids and like your heart melts. you can't help but like the guy in that moment. and you can get away with a lot more when you have that. when you're mitt romney and you have no charm. >> no personality. >> everybody is looking at, where are you on this issue, we don't like that and picking you apart. when you're chris christie, you can get away with not being where the republican base is because you have this brash go out and get them personality. you can get away with not being as liberal as the country wants you to be. because the same thing, you get sense that this is a real human being. >> he is getting away with it now. >> so unusual to see a politician who actually feel like a real human being. >> he definitely
energy more safely. bp's also committed to america. we support nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. our commitment has never been stronger. >>> basketball legend, entrepreneur, innovator and the face of a global health battle. ervin magic johnson has accomplished quite a bit since his show time with the lakers, we'll ask him about it when he joins us live from los angeles, coming up next. >>> riding high, you're on top of the world. your career is going just the way i wanted it to go. and just for that moment -- my life just changed. >> the news is so shocking and so unexpected, it is difficult to absorb it even as we report it. >> i just hung up the phone and i just leaned back and i just said -- what did i just hear? >> my feeling was, he ain't going to live long. dead man walking. >> that was a clip from the espn documentary "the announcement" when magic johnson told the world that he was hiv positive. 20 years later, feelings about the disease have changed, as americans with hiv and a
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